Apparently, all it takes to get the loyalty of a politician these days, whether Republican or Democrat, is to offer them money.
As a conservative, you would expect this from the liberals. We’ve seen many a democrat get caught in a money scandal for years now, while a typical republican is known for their moral integrity.
But while we wait for Trump to help American drain the swamp, there are two Republicans in name only (RINO), that are caught red-handed!
It seems to be the case here where two Republican Senators, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine, both took money from the teacher’s union to switch their votes. By doing so, they voted against the confirmation of Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump’s nominee for Education Secretary.
And we thought it was only the Left who would put unions before the kids when it came to education.
The 2 R Senators breaking ranks on DeVos just happen to be that rare GOP breed that gets teachers union money https://t.co/622Rr7IzhZ
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) February 1, 2017
As Twitchy reported, two GOP senators will be break rank and vote against DeVos: Lisa Murkowski out of Alaska and Susan Collins out of Maine.
Via The Washington Free Beacon:
Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R., Alaska) and Susan Collins (R., Maine) have each benefited from contributions from the National Education Association. Collins received $2,000 from the union in 2002 and 2008, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Murkowski, meanwhile, has received $23,500.
If all it takes for Republicans to vote Democrat is a bribe, then American politics has taken a moral nose dive. But that is exactly what we are seeing with George Soros buying the loyalty of other big name Republicans like Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and John McCain! All Trump haters!
The Washington DC toilet needs a good flushing! Go ahead Mr. Trump, push the handle!
And American People, beware: it is time to thoroughly hold your representatives accountable. If they are not doing what they should be doing in properly representing you, then call, write, or email them immediately to share your concerns for your communities!